My wife and I stayed here at the end of January for a week. It was business related but we extended it for a small vacation. We made reservations well in advance and when we arrived around 8pm we were told they were sold out of the rooms that were reserved for my group. The only room they had was a handicap room. I was told that the room still had a king size bed and the only difference was that the shower had metal bars in it. Well, when we got into our room we found out the real deal. The shower is wide open, no bath tub nada. It was like an open military shower. My wife was NOT happy. I went downstairs to see if we could get a different room and was told to come back the next day around late morning and they may have a room. The room also had a huge door to the bathroom as to let someone with a wheel chair to get into it. Great for someone who is handicapped but not for someone who doesn't need a wheel chair. The next day they did change our room as I put up a mild show about my discomfort with the whole reservation issue. Our next room was much better with a king size bed and a lot of room with a recliner chair and tables. The TV was a flat screen and looked nice but our remote didn't work unless you were Right in front of the TV. The rooms which we had our briefings in were for the most part fine. Some were very small and others were huge. The map of the rooms were a little confusing as we caught ourselves walking around like tourists. The free Breakfast and lunch buffets were good but I was a little disappointed with the breakfast because they put cheese in the eggs. My preference I guess. I just thought they should keep it more simple. They had a fitness center and a pool but we never had a chance to see it so I can't review those. The hotel has a bar and restaurant which we did have a few drinks at and had breakfast. It is pricey and the food was ok. You were better off going to IHOP down the street. We did buy the internet access for one day and got a group rate of 10.00 for 24 hours. The connection was very good. There is a coffee both down in the lobby that served starbucks coffee and treats. These were pricey as well. There is also a small store that has souvenirs and other small items such as cold medicine etc. I bought some "airborne" tablets that cost me 15 dollars! Like I said this place is pricey. Around the outside of the hotel is a few area's with shopping and places to eat. There is a "Wahoos" which has great fish taco's with in walking distance. Also there is a place called the "camp" near by that has several places to eat and art and craft stores. We thought it was neat and reminded us of Northampton MA. The only other thing to do is to go to the Gigantic Mall near by that has every store you can think of in it. Also has great places to eat. The hotel offers free rides to and from the mall with scheduled times. The hotel also provides rides to and from the Santa Ana Airport(John Wayne). Overall our stay at the Hilton was good and I would recommend this hotel for anyone in the area. Just don't expect a 5 star place. It was fine for us with just a few bumps in our stay. Also the hotel does have a parking garage that will cost you 21.00 dollars per day to overnight park unless you get a group rate. The hotel is located nice as it is less that an hour to L.A and several beaches including Laguna beach was around 30 minutes away.